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Paso Robles, California

in October 1931, which is still a huge annual celebration. Pioneer Day is celebrated every year on the Saturday prior to October 12. It was originally organized by community volunteers working with generous donations of time, materials and money from individuals, businesses, churches and service organizations. Their goal was to provide a day of community friendship and a commemoration of the heritage of the Paso Robles area. It would also become a day set


Liverpool

city in the UK to install street signage bearing the rainbow coloured Gay Pride flag (Rainbow flag (LGBT movement)). The signage identifies the city's gay quarter (Liverpool gay quarter) located on Stanley Street, Cumberland Street, Temple Lane, Eberle Street and Temple Street. Both Birmingham and Liverpool hold huge annual Gay Pride festivals attracting tens of thousands of people in August each


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;Silverton, RHB Kearns, page 31 Then for decades it became a picnic ground, but remained relatively neglected until the late 1930s when the Broken Hill mining companies decided it was an admirable recreation site for their employees. Money was spent on upgrading sporting facilities, playgrounds, and parklands, such that throughout the 1950s it became a major recreational facility. Huge annual picnics fairs were held there by social and sporting clubs, and by mining companies


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it was the unsuccessful site for a racecourse. Silverton, RHB Kearns, page 31 Then for decades it became a picnic ground, but remained relatively neglected until the late 1930s when the Broken Hill mining companies decided it was an admirable recreation site for their employees. Money was spent on upgrading sporting facilities, playgrounds, and parklands, such that throughout the 1950s it became a major recreational facility. Huge annual picnics fairs were held there by social


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